Business or Project Finance Report

A business plan is a written document that describes in detail how a business, usually but not necessarily, a new one, is going to achieve its goals. It describes a new business, its products or services, how it will earn money, leadership and staffing, financing, operations model, and other details that are essential to both operation and success. While a business plan is required by anyone seeking funding, whether, from financial institutions or investors, it is recommended for all start-ups because it serves as the business roadmap.

It helps an entrepreneur uncover concept weaknesses, market misperceptions, or other specifics that might cause a shift in how the business is positioned or built. It includes founders' background, business model, industry analysis, placement, and financial projections for a specific time period.

Project Finance Report enables funding the major projects through a group of investment partners, who are repaid based on the cash flow generated by the project. In a project finance arrangement, the sponsors are the investors, which typically consist of financial institutions.